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The Mystery of Assistive Technology | PaTTANpod [S1E7]

The Mystery of Assistive Technology | PaTTANpod [S1E7]

12/04/2018
PaTTAN consultant, Doug Williams, demystifies assistive technology.
The National Center on Improving Literacy | PaTTANpod [S1E10]

The National Center on Improving Literacy | PaTTANpod [S1E10]

01/22/2019
Guest Dr. Scott Baker shares a valuable resource, the National Center on Improving Literacy (NCIL) to help build literacy knowledge in and outside of school.
The Neuropsychology of Stress and Trauma: How to Develop a “Trauma Informed” School

The Neuropsychology of Stress and Trauma: How to Develop a “Trauma Informed” School

05/13/2021
This workshop will explore the neural underpinnings of stress, trauma, and emotional dysfunction in children and its impact upon learning. Environmental deprivation, poverty, childhood abuse, witnessing violence, and pandemics can impact both cognitive and social-emotional development. There will be a discussion of key brain regions impacted by stress and trauma, as well as five steps that schools can take to become more “trauma-informed”. Schools can enhance emotional wellness through early prevention efforts, appropriate assessment and screening techniques, and an improved school climate to foster emotional growth for all children.

The Nuts and Bolts of Perspective Classroom Management: PBIS in the Secondary School Setting (Classroom Management Strand)

06/14/2011
01:54:25 minutes
This session will highlight effective instructional practices that facilitate both responsible and respectful student behavior in the classroom. In particular, the importance of preventative classroom management practices will be highlighted with practical strategies shared throughout the workshop. The saying "the whole is worth more than the sum of its parts" really captures the essence of effective preventative classroom management. While there are a number of distinct strategies a teacher can employ in the classroom, the classroom climate is most influenced through the interactive effect of particular preventative procedures in tandem with efficient methods of early intervention with student inappropriate behavior.

The Nuts and Bolts of Preventative Classroom Management: PBIS in the Elementary School Setting (Classroom Management Strand)

06/14/2011
02:38:52 minutes
This session will highlight effective instructional practices that facilitate both responsible and respectful student behavior in the classroom. In particular, the importance of preventative classroom management practices will be highlighted with practical strategies shared throughout. The saying "the whole is worth more than the sum of its parts" really captures the essence of effective preventative classroom management. While there are a number of distinct strategies a teacher can employ in the classroom, the classroom climate is most influenced through the interactive effect of particular preventative procedures in tandem with efficient methods of early intervention with student inappropriate behavior.

The Other 3-Tier Model for Reading, Writing, Oral Language, and Math

05/09/2017
01:40:54 minutes
The focus of this presentation will be on interdisciplinary collaboration for services in inclusive settings to provide FAPE for all students. Dr. Berninger will present evidence based, instructionally relevant approaches to diagnosing and treating dysgraphia, dyslexia, OWL LD, and dyscalculia. A brief overview of genetics and brain research for these biologically based invisible disabilities that respond to specially designed instruction will be presented.

The Reevaluation Report

02/13/2012
01:00:14 minutes
This webinar walks participants through the Reevaluation Report, with a focus on the Determination of Specific Learning Disability component. The session provides a detailed review of the annotated Reevaluation Report.
The Role of Intermediate Units in Pennsylvania | PaTTANpod [S1E25]

The Role of Intermediate Units in Pennsylvania | PaTTANpod [S1E25]

08/19/2019
Former Director and current Director and Assistant Director of the Bureau of Special Education share the history and role of Intermediate Units as it relates to special education.

The Role of the Adapted Physical Educator - Part 1

10/07/2013
00:59:53 minutes
This session will examine the need to address challenges that students with disabilities may experience in physical education. The session leaders will provide background on the underlying reasons why students might have motor delays affecting access to the physical education curriculum and how to address the needs identified by the IEP team. In addition, the collaborative relationship between education staff, adapted physical education, and occupational and physical therapy will be emphasized to help students maximize function, mobility, and self-confidence. The training will also include practical strategies for the classroom, playground, and physical education environments to adapt activities, incorporate therapeutic strategies, develop strength and coordination, and generalize skills, and will examine successful strategies to provide instructional supports.